The design, fabrication and test of the RL10-II chamber/primary nozzle was accomplished as part of the RL10 Product Improvement Program (PIP). The overall goal of the RL10 PIP was to gain the knowledge and experience necessary to develop new cryogenic upper stage engines to fulfill future NASA requirements. The goal would be reached by producing an RL10 engine designed to be reusable, operate at several thrust levels, and have increased performance. The goals for the chamber/primary nozzle task were: (1) to design a reusable assembly capable of operation at increased mixture ratio and low thrust; (2) to fabricate three assemblies using new or updated techniques where possible; and (3) to test one assembly to verify the design and construction. The design and fabrication phases produced an assembly having improved features such as single piece reinforcing band segments (i.e., Mae West segments) and relocated tube exit braze joints (i.e., hooked tube exit). In addition, a computer program was developed to design the chamber tubes to meet both performance and heat transfer requirements. The test phase showed the specific impulse of the test bed engine system to be as predicted. These results, along with the heat transfer data obtained, sufficiently proved the overall design of the RL10-II recontoured and shortened chamber/primary nozzle assembly.